As the moon goes through its phases, it looks a little different each night, ranging from not there at all to full. Your group will act out how the sun illuminates the moon as it orbits Earth, to understand how the moon moves through its phases.
Be the Video Game Developer is an interactive experience that puts girls in the driver’s seat of video game development.
This resource from EntryPoint! provides access to several publications about students with disabilities and the career paths open to them.
Part of The Science Inside series which presents science information in an easy-to-read format, this booklet helps to explain what doctors and scientists know about the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
This lesson introduces students to our local star, the sun, especially its structure and its features such as sun spots, magnetic fields, and solar flares.
Photojournalist Adam Nadel offers insights into his exhibition, "Malaria: blood, sweat, and tears," which was featured in the AAAS Gallery in 2012.
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